PITTSBURGH–In order to allow pet owners to better comply with social distancing guidelines, two drive-through vaccine clinics are being offered by Humane Animal Rescue. The first will take place on May 31 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at their North Side Campus (1101 Western Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15233), the second on June 7 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at their East End Campus (6926 Hamilton Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15206), and the third on July 12 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at their East End Campus. Typically, Humane Animal Rescue offers monthly low cost vaccine clinics in-person at various locations year round.
Pet owners will arrive, park and remain in their vehicle to check-inonline. Only vaccinations will be offered at the drive-through clinics; tests, nail trims, and exams will not be available without an appointment. Dogs will be vaccinated through the car window, cats must in a carrier as Humane Animal Rescue veterinary technicians will take cats inside to be vaccinated. Credit card payment is preferred, but cash will be accepted.
Canine vaccines offered: Rabies ($10.00), DHPP ($14.00), Boredtella Intranasal ($11.00), Leptospirosis ($12.50), Lyme ($20.00), and Canine Influenza ($35.00).
Feline vaccines offered: Rabies ($10.00), FVRCP ($14.00), and FeLV Vaccine ($18.00).
Humane Animal Rescue is one of the largest animal welfare organizations in Pennsylvania, providing services to tens of thousands of animals each year at our two shelters and wildlife rehabilitation center. The organization continues the legacies of its predecessors with the task of providing enhanced services to domestic and wild animals alike, while bringing greater efficiency in animal care processes, staff training, and cutting-edge practices to one cohesive organization. Learn more:www.HumaneAnimalRescue.org